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scientica
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As some of us know there has been #fasm on FreeNode and EFnet, howerver for various technical issues none of them has been siutable to use as the offical channel.
So we are now opening #flatassembler at FreeNode.

Anyone joining the channel should be auto voiced, if you're not you won't be able to speak, but you can still use /msg (privmsg) to contact the OPs on the channel.
[EDIT]To be auto voiced you must identify with NickServ. If you want to know more about NickServ, why and how to register your nickname please refer to: http://freenode.net or more easy use:
/msg nickserv help[/EDIT]

If you're new to IRC I'd recomend reading one or more of the following docs:
Linux IRC mini-HOWTO - http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-mini/IRC.html

And as IRC client I recomend X-Chat ( http://www.xchat.org/ ), which is a nice client IMO, and there is procompiled binaries for both Windows and Linux (source is naturally avalible if you prefer to compile it your self)

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Post 31 Mar 2004, 22:09
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aaro



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Didn't voice me.. Sad
Post 01 Apr 2004, 00:14
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scientica
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Aaro, have you registered your nick with NickServ? (and authenticated/identified)
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heh stupid me...
Post 01 Apr 2004, 11:16
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Ok, now I've edited the first post here and made a little notice in the topic line on the channel.
Users must identofy with NickServ before they can speak.

For new commers to NickServ (on FreeNode)
NickServ is effectivly a database wich contains nicknames and passwords, it's used to protect nicknames from beeing stolen. For instance if somebody connects to FreeNode using the nickname scientica they will be notified that it's owned by someone else, the user should then changes his/her nick to another (eg via /nick new_nickname). If the user ignores the message and uses the nick I as the owner can have him kicked (/msg nickserv recover nickname [password] or /msg nickserv ghost nickname [password], put " help" after nickserv for help on those commands).
Also, when registered (and identified) with NickServ you also gain access to some more features of FreeNode services (like MemoServ (/msg memoserv help)).
Post 01 Apr 2004, 15:56
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There is not a lot of people in this channel Sad
Post 25 Apr 2004, 01:10
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Babali wrote:
There is not a lot of people in this channel Sad


We are working on that. If somebody asks a question then leaves, I try to send a memo when I get the message ... if I can answer their question Wink

scientica and myself try to be there, but hopefully as time goes on, more ppl will join the channel.

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Post 27 Apr 2004, 12:40
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Yeah, once more discover that fasm > nasm > masm > "the rest" they'll make other channels like #gentoo and #php (which both have "a few" users online) look like really small channels Wink
Post 27 Apr 2004, 16:26
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xchat is a very nice client Smile
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Until I figure out how to copy from xchat I'm sticking to irssi.
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if you're in linux it a pice of cake, just select the text with the mouse and hit the middel button in any other window Smile (it's possible to use Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V or right click on the selection too (under some circumstances)). In windows, well I think C-c C-v and right clicking works fine Smile

[edit]C-c C-v = Ctrl-C Ctrl-V, sorry for teh emacs style, just "yanking" (C-y) from old habbit Razz...[/edit]
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Quick HowTo Guide to IRC - http://believers.at.chatsters.org/IRChowto.html

is broken link Sad

sincerely,
vbVeryBeginner d(%.%)b
Post 19 Aug 2004, 04:32
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ok, thanks for pointing it out - removed the link as for now.
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my router is b0rked right now, when i get it fixed i will idle pretty much 24/7

**edit: router fixed, on irc = yes
Post 28 Aug 2005, 07:29
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i have mirrored your broken link (http://believers.at.chatsters.org/IRChowto.html), but i cannot guarantee it will be always there.
http://matrix.ratesz.hu/irc/IRChowto.html

additionally i recommend this link http://irchelp.org/
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I went there. There were few of them about 5 people. Cant get much help there all people seemed to be asleep. Very Happy
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estrang wrote:
I went there. There were few of them about 5 people. Cant get much help there all people seemed to be asleep. Very Happy


yeah the IRC channel needs to be more active, i idle whenever i can. right now there is also 5 idlers, not much has changed since your post :p

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who are the idlers?
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comrade wrote:
who are the idlers?

you should join the chan to see Wink

there was even Privalov visiting us today at #flatassembler Shocked

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